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THREE VENETIAN ALLEGORICAL BRONZE FIGURES OF HOPE, CHARITY AND PRUDENCE, ATTRIBUTED TO TIZIANO ASPETTI (1557-1606); ON LATER MARBLE BASES_1.jpg (2000×1528)

THREE VENETIAN ALLEGORICAL BRONZE FIGURES OF HOPE, CHARITY AND PRUDENCE, ATTRIBUTED TO TIZIANO ASPETTI (1557-1606); ON LATER MARBLE BASES_1.jpg (2000×1528)

jpg (2000×1646)BARTHÉLEMY PRIEUR, 1536 - 1611 LION MARCHANT, VERS 16001.jpg (2000×1646)

jpg (2000×1646)BARTHÉLEMY PRIEUR, 1536 - 1611 LION MARCHANT, VERS 16001.jpg (2000×1646)

Giovanni Francesco Susini  1585 - 1653 | The Abduction of Helen by Paris. Italian, 1627. Bronze on an eighteenth century gilt bronze base.

Giovanni Francesco Susini 1585 - 1653 | The Abduction of Helen by Paris. Italian, 1627. Bronze on an eighteenth century gilt bronze base.

'Virgin and Child'. Alessandro Algardi (Italian, Bologna 1598–1654 Rome). Date: ca. 1650, Rome. Bronze, silvered and gilt; black/blue marble. 44.5 x 28.3 x 14.8 cm. -The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY-

'Virgin and Child'. Alessandro Algardi (Italian, Bologna 1598–1654 Rome). Date: ca. 1650, Rome. Bronze, silvered and gilt; black/blue marble. 44.5 x 28.3 x 14.8 cm. -The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY-

"Dancing Faun," 1722-1724, Pietro Cipriani. Bronze. | This dancing faun is now more precisely identified as a satyr. Satyrs are roguish figures from ancient mythology and literature known for their love of wine, music, and mischief.

"Dancing Faun," 1722-1724, Pietro Cipriani. Bronze. | This dancing faun is now more precisely identified as a satyr. Satyrs are roguish figures from ancient mythology and literature known for their love of wine, music, and mischief.

Francesco Righetti (Italian, 1749-1819), Castor and Pollux, after the antique, 1792, Rome. Bronze on a later marble base, 32.4 cm.

Francesco Righetti (Italian, 1749-1819), Castor and Pollux, after the antique, 1792, Rome. Bronze on a later marble base, 32.4 cm.

Hercules & the Nemean Lion   Early 17th Century  Likely French    Bronze  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Hercules & the Nemean Lion Early 17th Century Likely French Bronze The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Double Head, bronze 																														about 1543, Fontainebleau, France (Place created) 																					 																						 											 											 											Attributed to Francesco Primaticcio  (Italian, 1504 - 1570)

Double Head, bronze about 1543, Fontainebleau, France (Place created) Attributed to Francesco Primaticcio (Italian, 1504 - 1570)

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